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What does YOOCC stand for?

YOOCC stands for Yes an OO Compiler Compiler


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The course goes over the standard compiler compiler stuff that you'd see elsewhere: parsing, types and type checking, polymorphism, symbol tables, and code generation. Pretty much the only thing that isn't covered is optimizations. The final project is a program that compiles a subset of C. Because you use tools like ANTLR and LLVM, it's feasible to write the entire compiler in a single day (I have an existence proof of this, though I do mean ~24 hours).
There are two Go compiler implementations, gc and gccgo. Gc uses a different calling convention and linker and can therefore only be linked with C programs using the same convention. There is such a C compiler but no C++ compiler. Gccgo is a GCC front-end that can, with care, be linked with GCC-compiled C or C++ programs.
Me too. I don't want sufficiently smart compilers. I want dumb compilers that can follow suggestions for implementation strategy from sufficiently smart programmers and from expert systems with good memories. And I want an IDE capable of representing search spaces such that a programmer can help guide compilation. Expert systems or databases could remember, on a per-project granularity, what worked before.
Compilers and Compiler Generators an introduction with C++ ? P. D.